1) There are no new charges, so one should not be expecting a "new charge" per se.
2) However, what the PO and the US Attorney (i.e. the prosecutor) would be doing is filing to revoke parole, claiming that even though no new charges are pending, the mere acts
of the violations means that the rules of the parole were violated, and parole should be revoked.
3) At the revocation, the prosecutor will have to show that these acts actually occurred
. If the Judge agrees that they did, the parole can be revoked even if there is no new conviction for anything else.
4) IF this happens, then the Defendant (i.e. you) has the possibility of having the parole revoked, and being incarcerated for whatever time is left of the original sentence
. In other words, if you had 5 years, and were paroled at 3 years, and spent one year on parole and then were violated on year 4, you would have 1 more year of incarceration if parole is revoked (although of course there is always potential for parole again).
5) It is at the Judge's discretion to decide on incarceration, or, something else. They can perhaps instead require a monitor device and daily/weekly drug tests but continue the parole. It is at the court's discretion.
Needless to say, I would get counsel now. Let me know if you need help finding someone in your area.
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